Tempomandibular Joint Dysfunction is a very common condition characterized by jaw pain, locking, clicking and tracking disorders. It can be managed by a variety of techniques. Often the upper neck muscles and jaw muscles can become strained and form trigger points that serve as an underlying contributor to TMJ pain. Misalignments in the upper cervical spine can also affect the TMJ and often correcting the problem with chiropractic care can alleviate the jaw pain which formed secondary to the neck condition. Finally, acupuncture can also help with TMJ problems.